Traveling to school districts across the country for sales meetings, onboarding and professional development sessions can be exhausting. Use these suggestions to find the benefits.
Missouri districts in Springfield and Rockwood need mental health services and a social media monitoring tool, while a New York’s Buffalo district looks to buy AP books.
Social emotional learning company Move This World began as a non profit. That model didn’t fit, but the company still pursues its goal of helping teachers and students.
A social media monitoring tool is needed in Florida, while Hawaii is looking for an anti-bullying app and an Illinois school needs a data management system.
Educators are increasingly serving students bite-sized chunks of digital curricula from a smorgasbord of sources, rather than relying exclusively on an all-inclusive set of academic resources.
The leaders of a Phoenix, Ariz.-area school system want help introducing their educators to project-based learning. And state officials in Delaware want help with school-based health services.
Prince William County, Va. schools are soliciting for inventories of school supplies as part of a purchasing consortium, while Richmond, Va.’s district just bought educational support services for its at-risk students.
Inspiring students to make your ed-tech tool a habit is key to building demand for your product.
Making ed tech sustainable means creating new habits among students, teachers, and school administrations.
Digital tools can change the way student and teachers develop a “growth mindset.”